The trip begins upon your arrival in Kathmandu. We’ll receive you outside the airport and transfer you to your hotel. Enjoy a pleasant stay at one of the most beautiful hotels in Kathmandu. We’ll meet at our office to discuss the trek. You will also meet your trek guide. Overnight in Kathmandu.
After breakfast, embark on a scenic road journey along the Trishuli and Bhote Koshi Rivers to arrive at Syabrubensi. Syabru is a small town located at the foothills of Langtang in the Rasuwa District. The 122km long road journey is filled with beautiful scenery of the lush green hills, mountains, and quaint villages. Spend the evening strolling around Syabrubensi and observing the local lifestyle.
Enjoy your breakfast and then embark on the first day of the trek. A half-day trek along the massive Langtang Khola will take you to Lama Hotel. The trail leaves the Bhote Koshi River and begins rising through the beautiful rhododendron forests. Begin climbing the upstream trail beside the Langtang Khola. The trail ends at the traditional Tamang village of Lama Hotel. Overnight in Lama Hotel.
From Lama Hotel, you’ll embark on a half-day trek towards Langtang Valley. Located at the base of the mighty Langtang Lirung, Langtang valley is home to less than 400 inhabitants. The settlement was slowly destroyed during the earthquake of 2015. Leaving Lama Hotel, you’ll begin climbing through the dense pine forests of Langtang National Park. Enjoy a warm lunch at Ghodatabela before heading uphill towards Langtang Valley. The latter section of the trail goes past rocky terrain towards Langtang village. Catch the beautiful sights of Langtang Lirung, Tserko Ri, and Shisha Pangma peaks en route.
Wake up to the beautiful sight of Langtang Lirung. The day begins with a delicious breakfast. Afterward, you’ll embark on a trek towards Kyangin Gompa. The half-day trail goes through snow moraines and enters the wise Himalayan section. The Sherpa village of Kyangin is home to the ancient Kyangin Monastery. Enjoy the beautiful sights of Langtang Lirung Peak, Langshisha Ri, and Mt. Ganchenpo (6387m) from the village. Overnight in Kyangin Gompa.
Spend the day exploring the pristine Sherpa village. The day tour begins with a visit to Kyangin Gompa. The centuries-old monastery resembles Tibetan architecture. Make a short visit to the local cheese factory that produces Yak cheese and distributes it throughout the region. From here, you’ll embark on a short hike of Tserko Ri Peak (4984m). The small peak offers a panoramic view of the Langshisha Glacier and snow-capped mountains. Spend the night at Kyangin Gompa.
Retrace your path from Kyangin and begin trekking downhill through Langtang Valley towards Lama Hotel. The trek starts with a short downhill hike through snow moraines towards Langtang village. From here, you’ll take a downhill trail to reach Ghodatabela. Take a short break and enjoy your warm lunch before climbing down through lush pine forests towards Lama Hotel. The day-long trek can be a fatiguing experience. Spend the evening enjoying a warm Tibetan tea. Overnight in Lama Hotel.
From Lama Hotel, you’ll take a detour and head east towards the Gosainkunda trail. The forested trail goes along Langtang Khola towards Syabru village. You’ll encounter lush rhododendron forests en route. After a brief rest at Syabru, you’ll continue trekking towards Bamboo village. Walk past dense bamboo forests and climb towards the Tamang village of Thulo Syabru. Overnight in Thulo Syabru village.
Leaving Thulo Syabru, you’ll begin climbing the uphill trail. The scenic trail takes you along the Gosainkunda trail towards Lauri Binayak. As you start climbing up, you’ll leave the forested paths and encounter rocky terrain. This is a momentous day as you climb almost 1700 meters in altitude. Enjoy the majestic sight of the surrounding mountains en route to Lauri Binayak. Overnight in Lauri Binayak.
The trek materializes as you leave Lauri Binayak and begin climbing towards Gosainkunda Lake. The trail climbs along the narrow ridges overlooking the majestic sights of Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and Langtang range. The trek concedes upon your arrival at Gosainkunda Lake. You will catch the view of other lakes surrounding the area. Gosainkunda Lake is the largest among the 108 lakes in the region. Spend the day exploring the pristine Gosainkunda Lake.
Spend the day exploring the beautiful Gosainkunda Lake and hike towards the nearby lakes of Saraswati Kunda and Bhairab Kunda. Adjoining the lake lays a temple of Lord Shiva. Make a short hike to the hill to enjoy the panoramic view of the lakes. The folk legend suggests that when Lord Shiva pierced his holy trident into the mountains to bring out the water, it created different lakes. Every year, thousands of pilgrims and tourists visit the lake on the special occasion of Janai Purnima. Spend the rest of the day roaming around the religious site and observing the local lifestyle. Overnight at Gosainkunda.
Leave Gosainkunda and take a downhill trail towards Chandanbari. The scenic trail makes a brief ascent towards Chyolangpati from where you can catch the final sight of Gosainkunda Lake. The trail begins to climb downhill and crosses picturesque Tamang villages of Deurali and Dimsa towards Chandanbari. Spend the rest of the day exploring the beautiful Shin Gompa en route to Chandanbari. Overnight in Chandanbari.
On the last day of the trek, you’ll leave Chandanbari and begin trekking downhill along the beautiful terraced farmlands. Visit the local Cheese factory along the way. About 3hr into the trek, you’ll arrive at Dhunche village. The large town remains the headquarters of the Rasuwa District. From Dhunche, you’ll embark on a bus and begin driving towards Kathmandu. Enjoy a scenic drive along the Trishuli River towards Kathmandu. In the evening, we’ll treat you with a delicious farewell dinner.
On the last day in Kathmandu, you’ll bid adieu to the beautiful city and make your way towards the airport. We’ll drop you off two hours before you the time of your flight. In the meantime, you can indulge in shopping at Thamel.